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[audio]The Adventures Of Maisie
Old Time Radio Programs, The Adventures Of Maisie
Keywords: Old Time Radio; The Adventures Of Maisie; Maisie
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[audio]The Adventures of Maisie! 66 Eps
(66 Episodes) The Adventures of Maisie (aka Maisie): was a radio comedy series starring Ann Sothern, as under-employed entertainer Maisie Ravier, a spin-off of Sothern's successful 1939-1947 Maisie movie series. Sponsored by Eversharp, the first series ran on CBS from July 5, 1945 to March 28, 1947, airing on Thursdays at 8:30pm during the first two months, then moving to Wednesdays at 9:30pm (1945-46), then Fridays at 10:30pm (1946-47)...
Keywords: Old Time Radio Sitcom; OTR Comedy; OTR Sitcom. The Adventures of Maisie; Ann Southern
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[audio]Sub Reality Sandwich show! GONZO 31
Tim and Maisie have gone walkabout and the ever tenacious Jaki Windmill takes the helm and steers the sub through mysterious waters in the last show of the year... three cheers for Jaki and the missing crew members, happy new 'ear to our listeners - stay tuned for the continuing adventures in 2015 when we visit ever increasingly strange places and play strange and wonderful music for your delectation on behalf of Gonzo and The Real Music Club
Keywords: Sub Reality Sandwich; Jaki Windmill; Tim Rundall; Maisie the cow; Gonzo; Real Music Club
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